The Master of Science,
Instructional Systems Design
This program is designed for those individuals who want to develop their instructional design and technology knowledge and skills who want to perform in an instructional capacity in a variety of educational and training settings. Students may select the thesis or non-thesis option. Plan A is a 36 semester hour program without a thesis requirement. Plan B is a 30 semester hour program with a thesis requirement. Specific programs are planned with a faculty advisor and subject to the approval of the Director of Graduate Studies. Students in the Instructional Systems Design Program are required to complete 18 hours of core course work, 6-12 electoral credit hours, and at least six credit hours of coursework outside the College of Education.